I've got my eye on a peavey 210TX http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=747869683&permanent=0 and a peavey 115BX http://www.trademe.co.nz/music-instruments/instruments/guitar-bass/bass-amps/auction-747872801.htm both are 4ohm cabs do you think they would be compatible with an Ashdown EVO 900 III? The Ashdown has the ability to run 2 x 4ohm cabs (or 4 x 8ohm cabs!) at the moment I'm running a Warwick 410 4x10 which is 600m at 8ohms, and on stage our drummer always complains he can't hear the bass notes clearly (I play a squire vintage modified jazz) and guitarist said the same thing after last nights gig. We mic everything up (DI bass amp to mixing desk) and out front sound is mint but my warwick just doesn't seem to be cutting the mustard... I'm pretty sure my amp is fine, I have volume on half and it's loud enough on stage for me, but in saying that I stand next to one of the PA Speakers and can hear my bass pretty clearly through there. The reason I'm looking at this is 1) to have more volume to play with on stage 2) so I can take the 2x10 to rehearsals and both cabs to gigs, 3) I played my amp / bass recently through a 1x15 and a 2x10 and it sounded great... plus I like the versatility factor of using 1 or both cabs I've heard some people say you should never mix your cabs and always use 2 cabs the same like 2x 15's what are your thoughts?